Person:Mary Warren (3)

Find records: birth marriage death
m. 14 Apr 1610
  1. Mary Warrenabt 1608 - AFT 1678
  2. Ann WarrenAbt 1612 - aft 1675/76
  3. Sarah Warrenbef 1613 - aft 1696
  4. Elizabeth Warrenest 1615 - 1669/70
  5. Abigail WarrenABT 1619 - AFT 1693
  6. Nathaniel Warrenabt 1624 - bef 1667
  7. Joseph Warren1627 - 1689
m. 28 Mar 1634
  1. Benjamin Bartlettabt 1625 - ABT 1691
  2. George BartlettABT 1632 - 1669
  3. Rebecca Bartlettbef 1634 - aft 1657
  4. Sarah BartlettABT 1634 - 1680
  5. Mary Bartlettabt 1634 - 1692
  6. Joseph Bartlettabt 1638 - 1712
  7. Elizabeth BartlettAbt 1643 - 1712/13
  8. Lydia Bartlett1648 - 1691
  9. Mercy Bartlett1649 - aft 1668
  10. Mary Bartlett1651 -
Facts and Events
Name Mary Warren
Gender Female
Birth? abt 1608 Greenwich, Kent, England
Immigration? 1623 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United StatesArrived on ship "Anne"
Alt Marriage 22 May 1627 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Robert Bartlett
Marriage 28 Mar 1634 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USAto Robert Bartlett
Alt Death? 3 Jul 1676 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Death? 13 Feb 1677/78 Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Death? AFT 13 Feb 1678 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Ancestral File Number 93VX-Z2
Alt Death? 27 Mar 1683 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States

From the Bartlett Society

Mary Warren was the daughter of Richard and Elizabeth (Pratt) (Jouat) Warren and was b. c.1610 in Greenwich, Kent, England and d. 27 Mar 1683 in Manomet (Plymouth), MA aged 73. She came to New England aboard the "Anne" in 1623 with her Mother and four sisters. Robert Bartlett was also aboard the same ship.

The Bartlett Card File states that Mary was b. c.1608 in Greenwich, Kent, England.

From the Bartlett Society

Richard Warren came alone on the Mayflower in 1620, leaving behind his wife and five daughters. For the next three years he played an active role in the arduous task of exploring to find a suitable site for the Plimoth Plantation and building a viable settlement. In 1623 his wife Elizabeth Warren arrived on the ship Ann, together with their five daughters. Arriving on the Ann with them was a young cooper named Robert Bartlett. We do not know for certain, but suspect that he had been tasked to accompany and protect the Warren women, and perhaps, even then, it was understood that he would eventually marry Mary, the oldest of the girls, who was then about 13 years old. It seems unlikely to have been a mere coincidence that Robert was granted land on the Eel River adjacent to that of the Warrens if he were not already tied to the Warren family in some way.

Richard Warren died in 1628, leaving behind his wife, Elizabeth and seven children... In that same year Mary became 18, and she and Robert Bartlett were married with the blessing of her mother and the gift of 20 acres of land.

References
  1.   International Genealogical Index. (LDS Church, 1999-2005).

    downloaded 19 Aug 2006, Primary quality, 19 Aug 2006

  2.   International Genealogical Index. (LDS Church, 1999-2005).

    citing microfilm 178106, page 544, reference number 19555, downloaded 19 Aug 2006, Primary quality, 19 Aug 2006

  3.   Bowman, George E., ed. 1899-1940. Mayflower Descendant . Bowman, George E., ed 1899-1940. 34 Vols. Boston, 1981. Microfiche.
  4.   General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Families in Progress. (1991), Richard Warren (Stratton).
  5.   Plymouth Church Records 1620 - 1859. (2 volumes, New York, 1920-23, reprinted Baltimore, MD 1975), Vol. 1, p. 250.
  6.   Susan Roser. Mayflower Marriages I, p. 305.
  7.   Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 2, p. 39 (family); 3, p. 106 (her life).